I thought the show, creatively, was really doing something that I hadn’t seen on any other show, particularly dealing with gay lives. As a gay man, in particular, I was very proud that there was a show that felt like it was dealing very honestly and openly with gay men and their lives, without putting them […]
Though we still have a Looking movie to look forward to next year, fans like me and HBO president Michael Lombardo are really gonna miss Patrick and the kids. Related | 7 Reasons We'll Miss Looking At the Television Critics' Association...Show More Summary
We're gonna call it now: America's first openly gay president in 2025.
The constant demonization of faithful Americans is bearing fruit. According to a new poll, more Americans (61 percent) would be comfortable or enthusiastic about a gay president than an Evangelical president (52 percent). While — inShow More Summary
A new study suggests that the acceptance of a gay or lesbian president has increased by 18 points to 61 percent in less than 10 years, but Americans' comfort with an evangelical president has risen only by 11 points, to 52 percent.
"Did you know we've had a GAY President?"
More bad news for rightwing Evangelical wing nuts in American politics. Americans are getting real tired of their shit. At least according to a new survey conducted by the Wall Street Journal and NBC News. The survey, which was taken last month, asked 1,000 adults living in the U.S. if they would be okay with having a gay or […]
Jeff Horwitt: In 2006, 43% of Americans said they would be enthusiastic or comfortable with a gay or lesbian as president. Today that share has jumped to 61% of Americans.
A new poll is good news for the sane among us leading into the 2016 general election....
The times sure are a-changin', especially if this new poll is to be believed: The survey of 1,000 US adults, conducted in April for the Wall Street Journal and NBC News, found 61 percent of Americans would be enthusiastic about...
The WSJ/NBC News poll surveyed 1,000 adults
Aide to CA Attorney General and US Senate hopeful Kamala Harris along with 2 others accused of running "rogue police force" that has purportedly "exist[ed] for more than 3,000 years and [has] jurisdiction in 33 states and Mexico." Zayn Malik...
More than 60 percent are just fine with the idea of a gay person running for president. read more
Yeah, but to be fair, New York is proud of EVERYTHING. lev radin / Shutterstock.com Andrew Sullivan's Newsweek piece famously dubbed Barack Obama "the First Gay President," which is a bit of a snub of James Buchanan but I get where he's coming from. Show More Summary
Happy Presidents Day! We couldn’t think of a better way to honor all 44 of our nation’s top leaders than by digging up some of their old gay sex scandals. To date, voters in the United States have never elected an openly gay president. But if, statistically speaking, 1 in 10 people is gay, then that […]
So much for the First Gay President label… Obama told GloZell during their Thursday interview that homosexuality is a “lifestyle choice.” It’s a good thing he’s not Republican. You’d never hear the end of it. Via Twitchy: “I will tell … Continue reading ?
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English actor Benedict Cumberbatch knows a thing or two about running a country and “fulfilling Obama’s legacy,” apparently. The 38-year-old is playing WWII codebreaker Alan Turing in The Imitation Game, a film premiering at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival this week. Turing, in case you’re culturally inept, was the openly gay Englishman who helped […]
Famous people are saying smart things about Hobby Lobby, anti-discrimination legislation isn't as effective as it should be, and the kids of LGBT parents are all right.